Malaika Arora

 Malaika Arora is at long last back to going for the move unscripted TV drama, India's Best Dancer, where she is viewed as an adjudicator close by choreographers Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapur. The 46- year-old previous model had to enjoy a reprieve from the show when she contracted Covid-19 half a month prior and Nora Fatehi incidentally had her spot as an appointed authority on the show. Nonetheless, Malaika's most recent post shows her in the pink (more like yellow) of wellbeing. Malaika is looking stunning and solid in a daylight yellow lehenga by Tarun Tahliani. She wore coordinating sanctuary adornments by Apala by Sumit and had her hair down in waves. She finished her look with unpretentious naked make-up. Malaika's beautician Maneka Harisinghani posted a video of the unscripted TV drama judge getting dressed, her beauticians and make-up craftsmen in full-body PPE units, with the inscription, “Look who is back and shining brighter than the sun.”</p> <p>Nora Fatehi had Malaika's spot as the last recuperated. While saying farewell to the show, Nora took to her Instagram to express gratitude toward Malaika for ‘trusting her to fill in for her’ and that she was thankful for the chance. Nora shared different pictures of herself and Malaika, both wearing shimmery dark outfits while presenting and chuckling around, with the subtitle, “Shoutout to the Queen Malaika Arora thank u for trusting me to fill in for you on India’s Best Dancer, it was a beautiful experience! I’m so grateful for the opportunity! I Was initially scared to fill in such big shoes as no one can take your place queen but the entire team welcomed me with open arms and for that I’m humbled! We are all so so happy for your recovery may you stay always blessed And may you continue to kill it with your legendary aura, elegance and garminess for many many more years to come!” </p> <p>In reaction to which Malaika expressed gratitude toward Nora, composing, “Thank you Nora Fatehi for the beautiful post ..... you are not only beautiful on the outside, but inside too. You left a lasting impression in all our hearts and of course many broken hearts ... can’t wait to share the stage with you again and burn it.” 

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